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Another great source for fresh seeds is http://dollarseed.com/catalog/ They purchase their seeds from major seed suppliers in bulk, then repackage them in reseable ziplock packaging. Each year they start out with fresh seeds, and donate the leftovers to pantry growers to help feed the hungry. The best...
it was something i started after losing my job ,,,, i went back to basics ,,, ten years later its a big success , take time to view some of my photos ,, at www.hartsgroveproduce.com , i,ll answer your questions ,,, thanks kevin
Do you plant more than one heirloom tomato a year? Do you worry about cross polination with the different varietys? Babs
Hello, We live in a townhouse in Southern CA and this is the first year I've attempted to grow a potted garden on my spacious patio. I have tomato, squash, cukecumbers, mini watermelons, and many herbs. I used to mass garden back in Michigan, in the ground. I canned and froze the veggies. Since this...
[quote user="Virginia Needlewoman"]I would like to grow different basils this summer. I would like to have some container tomatoes also.[/quote] Assuming there's room in the planters, the tomatoes would welcome the basils planted in the same pots with them. One of my absolutely favorite...
[quote user="RAO"]Since I've canned these tomatoes, and since they have since died - should I be concerned about eating the stuff I canned?[/quote] From everything I've read, I don't think there's any danger. The blight (a fungus), if that's what it was, shows up right away...
Wed, Sep 30 2009
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